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Wiper on 240 89 volvo stopped is there a fuse for this looked at fuse panel didn't see it . thanks earl

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If fuses keep blowing, then there is a dead short somewhere,. My advice would be to go to an auto electrician. You did not mention for which circuit/s the fuses blow.

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